Reservoir Simulation Principles and Practices
United Arab Emirates
Apr 21 - 25 Apr, 2013
WHO SHOULD ATTEND This short course is designed for junior to mid-senior level reservoir engineers who want to “fast track” in reservoir simulation by a comprehensive overview of the key topics and practical aspects.
COURSE OBJECTIVES the numerical physics of reservoir simulation. the data requirements for conducting a study. the current practice in using coarse and finely gridded models to incorporate heterogeneity. the simulation study approach which leads to a quality result. the different types of models available, i.e. compositional, dual porosity, etc.
COURSE DESCRIPTION This training course will provide a comprehensive coverage of the simulation key topics, challenges, pitfalls and the approach to a quality result. The participants will be trained in the methods and use of simulation software for practical exercises throughout this course. Course Outline Formulation of equations Coordinate geometries and model types Reservoir simulator features Well modelling overview Building the model Defining initial conditions History matching Prediction Fine vs. coarse gridding, Upscaling, LGR, Heterogeneity modelling Pseudo functions, Vertical Equilibrium Compositional reservoir simulation Simulation of fractured reservoirs - numerical model, matrix-fracture exchange, recovery processes Simulation Walkthrough Overview of the simulation process: Conducting a study.
Venue: Duabi, United Arab Emirates.